News Editor Lauren Kahme interviews the Co-Founder of The Testing Project, a grassroots movement advocating for essential workers’ protection during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Though not quite as impressive as having a spaceship in your backyard, the Columbia Starcraft club will go head-to-head with rival Harvard in the playoffs of the year-long Collegiate StarLeague tournament; our team and Harvard are both contenders to win the division. If you’re interested in seeing the stellar combat go down in a competitive atmosphere, […]
This week Zach Kagan, Bwog’s resident Research Rubbernecker has compiled tales of mistakes, myth busting, and gut instinct for your enlightenment. Last year physicists at CERN observed that neutrinos seem to travel faster than the speed of light. The team sent the particles from the Swiss facility to an underground laboratory in Italy and found they […]
Have you heard about this new movie? We think it’s called something like, “Star Trek”? In case you missed the $50 million marketing campaign that has included everything from fast-food “Kingons” to Trek-themed Eggo waffles, the New York Times gave you another chance to join in the hype this weekend with an op-ed from Columbia […]
Bwogger Jon Hill recently came across this hilarious tidbit on Columbia’s favorite muscle-milk consumer. Apparently some movie fans have confused Northrop as Jeffrey Hunter, an actor who shared the screen with John Wayne, Henry Fonda and Sean Connery and played the captain in the original pilot episode of Star Trek. Bwog is not exactly sure […]